Local Missions

Local Missions

Our Partners in Local Missions…

We value strategic partnerships with organizations who serve our community. We desire to see peoples’ needs meet, whether the need is physical or spiritual. We have six organizations who we partner with.

Established in 1972, Conestoga Bible Camp has been sharing the gospel of Jesus Christ with children and their families for over four decades. Located on Conestoga Lake, in the heart of south-western Ontario, CBC offers a summer day camp, an over-night youth camp and year-round retreat facilities. Woodside has been deeply connected to camp for decades. For more information, go to: conestogabiblecamp.org


Established in 1949, Heritage College and Seminary moved to Cambridge in 1995. Heritage exists to glorify God by partnering with churches in providing a biblically-based education equipping people for life and ministry in the church and in the world. Woodside has been partnering with Heritage for years and formalized that relationship in 2022. For more information, go to: discoverheritage.ca


Vision Ministries Canada was started in the mid-1990s primarily for the purpose of evangelism through church planting. Their mission is to plant and invigorate churches by nurturing, inspiring and collaborating with leaders, and cultivating a partnering network of churches primarily in Canada. Woodside has been partnering with Vision for 3 decades and acts as an ‘advisory church’. For more information, go to: vision-ministries.org


Established in 1986, The Pregnancy Centre envisions a community where every person who is pregnant or parenting in crisis has the practical resources and emotional support needed to thrive. They provide a variety of resources for those in crisis in the Name of Jesus. Woodside has partnered with The Pregnancy Centre for many years. For more information, go to: pregnancycentre.ca


Established in 1967, Ray of Hope has been serving Waterloo Region fin the Name of Jesus for nearly sixty years. Ray of Hope provides life-transforming social services to young people, helping them redirect their life journey and realize the potential God intended for them. Ray of Hope operates through four key ministries: Youth Justice Services; Youth Employment Services; Youth Addiction Services and Community Support Services. Woodside has been connected to Ray of Hope for decades. For more information, go to: rayofhope.net


Woolwich Community Services is an organization that strives to connect people with the programs and services that suit your needs on an individual basis. Serving Woolwich Township, they are a place to go if you need information, support or assistance. Woodside partners with WCS by supporting things like their foodbank and their Family Violence Prevention Program. For more information, go to: woolwichcommunityservices.org